Column by Max Booth III June 23, 2017
There is nothing in this world more honest than a three-star review.
Column by Peter Derk June 12, 2017
This is what happens when you stop being real and start getting polite.
Column by Steph Post April 18, 2017
A list of ways for readers to support their favorite authors without spending money on books.
Column by Peter Derk October 12, 2016
Can you trash a book? Smack Talk an author? These 10 amendments make up the book reviewer's Bill of Rights.
Column by Max Booth III May 17, 2016
5 reasons why you should reconsider what you read your dumb children.
News by Raine Winters November 11, 2015
Stalking is not okay.
Column by Max Booth III August 7, 2015
The life of a writer is a series of punches to the genitals. Use one-star reviews of your favorite books to treat the pain.
Column by Phil Jourdan August 14, 2014
Find it hard promoting yourself, dealing with incompetent online reviewers, or taking writing advice from viral marketers? You're not alone.
Column by Brandon Tietz July 30, 2014
Critiquing a short story vs. essay/non-fiction — A how-to guide for all you workshoppers out there.
Column by Naturi Thomas-Millard June 20, 2014
Here are some easy tips on how to promote your work online to new readers and loyal fans—most of whom are probably in their underwear too.
News by Cath Murphy May 28, 2014
Five months, 100 books. Bookshots is all growed up!
Column by Erik Wecks January 16, 2013
Erik Wecks talks about what he learned after receiving 60 plus requests for a book review in a forty-eight hour period.
News by Rob Hart August 27, 2012
The 'New York Times' explores the underground world of paid reviews, in which authors buy positive reviews for their books in order to gin up buzz.
News by Jessica Taylor August 21, 2012
This is it! One of the moments you’ve been eagerly waiting for. Today we announced our Top Reviewers and the awesome prizes they just nabbed. Get ready to be jealous!
News by Jessica Taylor
LitReactor's first official writing challenge is now closed to submissions, but there is still plenty of time to read and review!
News by Rob Hart January 11, 2012
British website The Omnivore is sponsoring The Hatchet Job of the Year Awards, a celebration of the "angriest, funniest, most trenchant" book reviews of the year.